3 Reasons to Purchase Texas’ Best 2022 Mid-Size Pickup Truck
In general, there are three types of trucks, and Nissan leads the pack. There are heavy-duty trucks like the Nissan Titan XD. There’s the half-ton truck and then the midsize, such as the Nissan Frontier.
Trucks have grown in size over the past decade to keep pace with consumer demand. Today’s midsized trucks are as large as the half-ton trucks from the 2000s.
With these upgrades, trucks have also become more complex and expensive. Many midsize trucks run in the low $40,000 range if you want a few options. Getting a half-ton truck in the $50,000 range is easy with some added features.
The Frontier, at least on paper, seems to buck that trend. The Nissan Frontier is one of the cheapest trucks in the United States, with a starting price below $29,900. It’s also smaller in an overall footprint than all the current midsize truck competitors.
Its’ inspiration comes from the original Nissan “Hardbody” compact trucks, and the refreshing newly designed Frontier no longer looks dated. Its’ predecessor went essentially unchanged for 16 years. The new generation’s interior goes from out to in thanks to a more stylish layout and additional features. Off-road enthusiasts will also appreciate the Pro-4X trim with a beefier suspension, an electronic locking rear differential, and other rugged add-ons. A 310-hp V-6 provides power that pairs with a nine-speed automatic transmission and rear- or four-wheel drive.
Why buy a Nissan Frontier?
1. American Made
The truck assembly takes place in the United States. It comes from the company’s Canton, Mississippi plant, which also makes the Titan.
The company’s Powertrain Assembly Plant in Decherd, Tennessee produces the engine.
This midsize truck makes sense for a decent swath of customers looking for a truck to get the job done. That someone might even be you.
2. Off-Road performance and technology
This truck has grit. All Frontier models are available with four-wheel drive, hill descent control, locking rear differential, and a limited-slip system. This Nissan doesn’t struggle when the pavement ends. The Pro-4X is the best choice in the lineup for heading off-road.
3. Interior & Tech
Don’t rough it. Take it easy in a Frontier. The new Frontier is a state-of-the-art midsize truck, updated with the latest smartphone connectivity and intelligent design solutions.
Everything looks and feels premium in the Crew Cab or King Cab. You can kick back in this surprisingly well-appointed interior. You also get Nissan’s award-winning Zero Gravity seats, it’s super quiet, and you can opt for perks like a heated steering wheel and heated front seats. Premium Package for Crew Cab models adds premium quilted leather-appointed seats. Fender® Premium Audio System, Frontier’s available 10-speaker Fender Premium Audio System, including a dual subwoofer enclosure, gives your playlist the clarity and richness it deserves. Versatile storage solution designs equip the Frontier with lifestyle in mind, like oversized cup holders and hidden storage under the second-row seats.
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